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Welcome to The Owens-Rogers Museum

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Home of Hollywood screenwriter Lela Rogers and  birthplace of famed actress/dancer/singer Ginger Rogers 

 We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.


MOTHER'S DAY TEA SATURDAY, MAY 11

 Bring Mom and your smart phone or camera to get your picture taken just like Lela and Ginger did in front of the house in 1964. Tickets include a tour of the museum, tea/coffee and delicious pastries. $15 each. Pay at the door or in advance. 

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About Us

Tours

Tour this 1906 Craftsman Bungalow where Lela Owens- Rogers lived and where Ginger Rogers was Born

Presentations

We offer presentations about the history of the museum to your group at your location

Donate

Donate to help preserve the

Owens-Rogers museum

Contact Us

Open Seasonally from April through September

This Working-Class Craftsman Bungalow was built in 1906-1910 by Oscar Mindrup. It was rented by Lela Owens, who worked nearby, and is the birthplace of famed actress and dancer Ginger Rogers. It is now a museum dedicated to both amazing women. 

The Owens-Rogers Museum

100 W Moore Street, Independence, MO 64050

(573) 271-9012

Open for group tours by appointment  

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